Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge (L) shoots and scores past Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland during their English Premier League soccer match at the Britannia stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, central England January 12, 2014. (REUTERS/Darren Staples)
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Manchester City went top of the Premier League with a controversial 2-0 win at Newcastle United and Liverpool kept alive their title hopes with an astonishing 5-3 victory at Stoke City in the Premier League Sunday.The outcome could have been very different if Tiote's goal had counted and the midfielder, who has only scored one goal for Newcastle in 104 appearances, told the BBC: "I think it was a goal and I don't know why the referee didn't accept it.The home side fought back, however, with a header from former Liverpool player Peter Crouch and a strike by ex-Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam just before the half.Jon Walters pulled one back when he turned and fired past goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, but substitute Daniel Sturridge, back after a nine-match injury layoff, scored a fine goal to seal Liverpool's first league win at Stoke since the Potteries side were promoted to the Premier League in 2008 .
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